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October 9, 2018

Latest research in football – week 29 – 2018

1 Influence of intense training cycle and psychometric status on technical and physiological aspects performed during the small-sided games in soccer players Reference: Res Sports Med. 2018 Jul 3:1-12. doi: 10.1080/15438627.2018.1492398.

Technical and tactical skills related to performance levels in tennis: A systematic review

The aim of this systematic review is to provide an overview of outcome measures and instruments identified in the literature for examining technical and tactical skills in tennis related to performance levels. Such instruments can be used to identify talent or the specific skill development training needs of particular players.

You need stronger legs to Pitch than we thought!!!

We all know that you need strong legs to pitch but a new study, which isn’t even published yet, is telling us that they need to be stronger than we originally thought. Jonathan Broxton, now with the Royals, needs his big tree trunk legs to handle his big frame (6’4″ – 295lbs) and produce his big…

Using PUSH to Measure In-Session Performance Capability: Part 1 – by Dean Somerset

A common theme when hitting the gym is wondering what the workout is going to bring. Maybe today will be a PR and maybe it will suck the life completely out of you with a crushing warm up set that shouldn’t ever feel that heavy.

Bring Speed into the Weight Room with the HiTrainer – SimpliFaster

By Eric Joly “Speed kills” is a cliché that is no less true for being over-repeated and under-trained. The fact is, time, equipment, and staffing constrain coaches to quantify progress and athletic development in pounds and highlight lifts.

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